LNG Pipeline



Write letters and emails to:
Phone calls are good also.

Governor Kate Brown      oregon.gov/gov
900 Court Street, Suite 254
Salem, OR 97301-4047
503-378-4582

Senator Jeff Merkley   merkley.senate.gov
10 South Bartlett Street, Ste. 201
Medford, OR 97501
(541) 608-9102

Note about Sen Merkley.  He is opposed to the pipeline.  Write to him confirming that he made a good choice.  We don't want him to change his mind.

Senator Ron Widen   wyden.senate.gov
Federal Courthouse 310 West 6th St., Room 118
Medford, OR, 97501
 (541) 858-5122

Representative Greg Walden   walden.house.gov
14 N. Central Ave.
Suite 112
Medford, OR 97501
 (541) 776-4646




http://thedailycourier.com/letters.html?i=11    Grants Pass



Pembina Pipeline Corporation
"As volumes continue to ramp up on the recently in-service assets, our financial position will strengthen and our adjusted cash flow from our operating activities per share will continue to grow."

"On October 2, 2017, we closed the acquisition of Veresen – marking a transformational moment for our company," said Mr. Dilger. "With increased size and scale, greater diversification and a broader service offering, the future is bright for Pembina. Going forward, we are capable of pursuing expanded growth opportunities in support of continued value creation for our shareholders. Given the strong financial position of the combined company, we were also proud to have increased the dividend for a second time this year."

"Looking ahead, we will stay focused on successfully completing the remaining growth portfolio, further progressing our large-scale potential project roster as well as working to integrate Veresen and to achieve the near-term expected synergies of $75 to $100 million on a run-rate basis. We are now positioned as a leading North American infrastructure company able to continue delivering top-tier performance and I am excited to realize our expected transformational results," concluded Mr. Dilger.

The above is part of a news release from Pembina, (pembina.com) in Calgary, Canada.  Their capitol program is projected to be $1.3 billion, 40% will be in pipeline, and $175 million will be gas services.  They have been in business for 60 years.


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